Welcome to Fooxle Trading Company
Fooxle Trading Company is a Somaliland-based company that specialises in the export of frankincense and myrrh. Owned and managed by a team of private sector specialist, the company exports from Somaliland directly to an expansive list of customers from all over the world.
The export of gums and resins from the Somali regions has seen a significant spike over the last five years and Fooxle Trading Company intends to become the most preferred one-stop company for a rapidly growing buying market. Our company aims to achieve this through the provision of unlimited supply of gums and resins, the establishment of long-term partnerships with international buyers, and a delivery model that exemplifies reliability and professionalism.
While we are currently an export-only-focused company, we also plan sometime in the near future start processing and packaging finished oils to higher-end markets in the EU, Asian and North America. This is expected to lead to multiple benefits for our company including greater returns and control of our product as well as direct contact with the end-user of our product.
The Best Quality Frankincense and Myrrh Resins at the Most Competitive Price,
Determined to contribute to Somaliland’s recovery process, Fooxle Trading Company stands at the supply end of the market in possession of limitless quantity of Boswellia Carteri, Boswellia Sarrata, Boswellia Frereana and Commiphora myrrha—among the world’s most-preferred species of frankincense and myrrh.
Frankincense is an aromatic resin derived from trees of the genus Boswellia, particularly (A. carterii, moxor), B. frereana (Coptic resin or Maydi).View Details
Myrrh is an aromatic gum resin that contains an oleoresin essential oil and originates from the sap of certain tree species of the genus Commiphora.View Details
Gum Arabic is a gum formed from the sap of Acacia trees, which grow in Somalia and produces grade 1 Gum Arabic.View Details
Opopanax is gum resin derived from Commiphora trees, particularly C. erythraea and C. kataf, which are native to Somalia.View Details